Selling big at Frieze London with Moniker Art Fair

Max Zorn, Stick Together, Tape ArtStick Together showed its gallery side at Frieze London this fall within the Old Truman Brewery walls adorned by the creative curating from the seventh annual Moniker Art Fair. It was a packed weekend as we exhibited three of the most talented artists using tape as their medium: NO CURVES (IT), Benjamin Murphy (UK) and Max Zorn (NL). All artists sold to the thousands who visited, and Stick Together couldn’t be more impressed with the Moniker team putting on a great exhibit. Some of the highlights included live screenprinting and signing by Toasters, Josh Stika and Word To Mother at the Jealous Gallery next door. We loved the wall installation by Master Art, not to mention the daily glass of champagne for a pick-me-up when our levels needed an extra energy kick. We ran into good friends like London-based street artist Otto Schade, the owner of street art foundation Urban Art Now, and made new friends, clients and fans within the concrete jungle of London. Amazing time, see you next year!

Stick Together, Max Zorn, Banjamin Murphy, NO CURVES at Moniker Art Fair London
The Stick Together Gallery booth boasted top names in artists who use tape as their medium: NO CURVES (IT) fusion of assorted colors and textures added stark contrast to Benjamin Murphy (UK) and his delicate use of black electrical tape. Max Zorn (NL) illuminated the walls with his use of light and sepia-tones and drew a crowd during his live work-in-progress presentation.

 

Moniker Art Fair, Stick Together Gallery, Max Zorn, Jealous Gallery
Opening night at Moniker Art Fair 2016 was buzzing within the walls of the Old Truman Brewery. London showed up by the thousands that weekend, and us here at Stick Together felt at home surrounded by some of the freshest contemporary and urban art around.

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